Yes!  Behind each of our courses is a MN-licensed teacher who loves his or her subject and who loves teaching!

  • Every course is developed by the person teaching it. 
  • The MNOHS academic program is interactive – teachers communicate with students and families by e-mail, texting, phone conversation, and webinar.
  • Students have opportunities to revise and resubmit their work in response to teacher feedback.
  • Teachers respond to students and families on or before the next business day. 
  • Frequently, teachers create short instructional videos or meet with students one-on-one in a webinar to support student learning.  
  • Some courses have regular class meetings conducted in webinar.
  • Teachers hold open office hours for at least three hours each week. 
  • Students can drop in to the Academic Support Center (ASC) for academic or technical help, or to connect with other students. The ASC is a webinar room staffed by a teacher and open on a regular schedule.
  • Counselors provide academic assistance and help students connect with resources.

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